Review ~ SWITCHED by Cassie Mae



Cassie Mae



Cassie Mae’s delightful novel answers the eternal question: What do you do when you’re head over heels for your best friend’s guy?

Ever since high school, Kayla has been crazy for gorgeous football player Talon. But before she could muster the courage to tell him, he became a hot item with her beautiful BFF, Reagan. The only person who knows Kayla’s secret is Wesley, Talon’s best bud—and he’s got it bad for Reagan. Now they’re all in college together, hanging out 24/7. For Kayla, seeing the two lovebirds together is absolutely unbearable. So Kayla and Wesley hatch a plot to drive them apart before Talon has a chance to give Reagan the Christmas gift she’s been waiting for.

Soon enough, the once happy couple is fighting. Reagan suddenly can’t get enough of Wesley’s goofy sense of humor, and Talon seems to be paying more attention to Kayla than a guy who’s “only a friend” ever should. But just when everything seems to be falling into place, Kayla and Wesley accidentally spend a night together and discover a hitch in their plan they never considered: that switching partners may not lead to a perfect ending after all.


***3.75 Switched stars***

Talon likes Reagan | Reagan likes Talon | Kayla likes Talon | Wesley likes Reagan

Confused yet? This is a love-square.
Talon: is a college football player and best friends with Wesley. He’s dating Reagan.

Reagan: is best friends with Kayla and Talon’s girlfriend.

Kayla: has been in love with Talon since high school.

Wesley: likes playing his guitar and is a sweet guy. He likes his best friend’s girlfriend, Reagan.

College sweethearts, Talon and Reagan, are dating while their best friends are secretly in love with them. ‘We’re the two who are in love with our best friends’ significant others.’ Kayla and Wesley come up with a plan to break up Talon and Reagan so they can be with them instead.

”Hey! Help me steal my best friend’s boyfriend. I promise I have good reasons.”

Switched is a cute story with no angst. The pacing of the book is easy to follow and allows the reader a glimpse into Kayla’s journal as she plots on how to break up her friends. The story feels like a PG movie.


**ARC courtesy of Random House Publishing Group via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**

(originally read & reviewed{Goodreads} on  October 31, 2013)

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